Contact: Jodie Mason

Human Resources

Aerospace Engineering

(734) 764-7200

2032 FXB

About Aerospace Engineering

The University of Michigan started the first collegiate aeronautics program in the United States in 1914. Since then, the Department has graduated more than 6,000 aeronautical and aerospace engineers. Both of our graduate and undergraduate rank No. 1 among public institutions in the nation by U.S. News for 2015.

  • History

    With a program marking its centennial year in 2014, Aerospace Engineering has a long and interesting legacy.

  • Mission

    AERO is dedicated to providing internationally-recognized leadership in education and research.

  • AERO at a glance

    Facts and figures about the Aerospace Engineering department, its facilities and students.

  • Events

    Lectures, seminars, competitions and special events that highlight the innovation and expertise of our engineers.

  • News

    Professors, students and research that impact the college - and the world.

  • Visiting

    We welcome guests and provide tours in our centrally located facilities on U-M's North Campus.

  • Contact us

    Find the right person to help answer your questions and get you started on the path to Aerospace Engineering.